Fake Job Offer
If an e-mail you didn't ask for arrives anywhere in your e-mail account, that's spam. If someone offers you a job that isn't real, that's fraud, especially if they send you a fake check in the mail. The check may look real, but don't cash it, and don't send them anything! Just turn it over to the appropriate authorities. "Thomas" claims to be with ecplaza.net, which is a business-to-business (B2B) marketplace that looks for manufacturers, buyers, and sellers to do business with. Problem is, he spammed you with a free e-mail address, and he also expects you to respond to him with a free e-mail address as well. He's hoping you don't notice this, because he weaves a pretty good tale about the "job" he's offering you. There are more of these scam samples available Here, and five different employment scam videos Here. Please follow me on Twitter @inscamerated. Thank You.
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